Gal Gadot, the star of Wonder Woman, enjoyed a relaxing day in Beverly Hills on Monday. Currently pregnant with her third child, the 36-year-old actress covered her growing baby bump in a comfortable, grey sweat suit by Anine Bing. She left the Nine Zero One Salon, which is popular among celebrities, on her own after indulging in some pampering.
Gal Gadot, the pregnant celebrity, was spotted wearing the cozy Evan Sweatsuit by Anine Bing during her visit to a hair salon in Beverly Hills on Monday. To complement her simple outfit, she opted for the chunky Balenciaga sneakers. The actress added some practical accessories, like a crossbody sling to carry her phone, sunglasses resting on her head, and a zebra-print face mask for safety measures. Despite her laid-back attire, Gadot’s hair looked perfect after her salon appointment. Her straight and smooth brunette locks were neatly tucked behind her ears, cascading down her shoulder blades. Prepared for a busy day, she held a coffee cup and paper in hand.
Taking some time for herself, the 36-year-old star of Wonder Woman was spotted leaving the popular Nine Zero One Salon dressed in a cozy grey sweat suit that cleverly concealed her growing baby bump. She seemed to be enjoying some well-deserved relaxation all by herself.
Gal Gadot is set to appear in the action comedy film Red Notice alongside Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, which is expected to be released on Netflix later this year. It has been speculated that the leaked documents may have been related to one of Gadot’s many projects. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Gadot revealed that she drew inspiration from the late Princess Diana for her portrayal of Wonder Woman, stating that the Princess’s compassion had a significant impact on how she approached the role. She mentioned watching a documentary about Princess Diana, where it was highlighted how the Princess cared for people and was full of compassion, which inspired Gadot to bring those qualities to the character of Wonder Woman.
Gadot shared with Vanity Fair her desire to portray a Wonder Woman character that exudes empathy and kindness, which was fueled by her inspiration from a documentary featuring Princess Diana.